He holds a lampshade above his head, cries, puts it down again, then dies.
He wears a hat to cover his face, but doesnt consider the mask. Instead he hides in shadow.
Cufflinks dont match his tie, but he wears them anyway.
When his number is called, he is marched to a room and sat on a chair.
Everyone dies in the end; a voice tells him through the loudspeaker perched in the corner of the room.
But it doesnt make him feel any better.
They let him watch his funeral on a TV screen mounted on the wall; the reception isnt too great.
And he notices his girlfriend isnt present.
And, he notices, neither is his best friend.
And he notices that nobody sheds a tear.
But the reception isnt too great, and maybe hes mistaken.
Then the TV is turned off, and they ask him to pick a song and have a little dance.
But he doesnt want to.
Then they give him a room key and the voice comes through the loudspeaker, We hope you enjoy your stay